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German - English (British) translations for "Stadt"

"Stadt" German translation




Stadt is a German noun that translates to 'city' in English.

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Meaning: city

Ich wohne in einer Stadt.

I live in a city.

Meaning: town

Meine Großeltern leben in einer kleinen Stadt.

My grandparents live in a small town.

Meaning: metropolis

Berlin ist eine große Metropole.

Berlin is a big metropolis.

Meaning: municipality

Die Gemeinde hat beschlossen, den Park zu renovieren.

The municipality has decided to renovate the park.

Meaning: urban area

Die Stadt umfasst auch viele Vororte.

The urban area also includes many suburbs.


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A1: Ich wohne in einer kleinen Stadt.

I live in a small town.

A2: Die Stadt hat viele Geschäfte.

The town has many shops.

A2: Wir besuchen oft die Stadtmitte.

We often visit the city center.

B1: In welcher Stadt bist du aufgewachsen?

In which town did you grow up?

B2: Die Stadt wurde im Zweiten Weltkrieg zerstört.

The city was destroyed in World War II.

B2: Viele Menschen ziehen vom Land in die Stadt.

Many people move from the countryside to the city.

C1: Die Stadtverwaltung plant den Bau eines neuen Krankenhauses.

The city administration is planning to build a new hospital.

C2: Die Stadt hat ein großes Verkehrsproblem, das dringend gelöst werden muss.

The city has a major traffic problem that needs to be urgently solved.

C2: Die Architektur der Stadt ist eine Mischung aus historischen und modernen Gebäuden.

The architecture of the city is a mix of historical and modern buildings.

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In Germany, Stadt refers to an urban area with a high population density and various economic, cultural, and social activities. Cities in Germany usually have their own local government and administration, which are responsible for providing public services such as transportation, education, healthcare, and waste management.

The concept of Stadt has a long history in Germany, dating back to the Middle Ages when cities were founded as centers of trade and commerce. Over time, cities became important hubs of innovation and creativity, attracting people from different backgrounds and fostering cultural diversity.

Today, there are over 80 cities in Germany with a population of more than 100,000 inhabitants. Some of the largest and most famous cities include Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Cologne, and Stuttgart. Each city has its own unique character and charm, offering visitors and residents alike a wide range of experiences and opportunities.

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